The drawing for Design 32/6A for the USS Wright (AV-1) dated May 26, 1944. Design 6A uses false perspective to confuse an observer as to the direction or heading of the ship. The vertical colors were light gray (5-L), ocean gray (5-O) and dull black (BK). The deck and horizontal surfaces were all deck blue (20-B).
The first Design 6A drawing was for the Essex class carriers on July 19, 1943. Design 6A was then redrawn for the USS Terror class minelayers on April 9, 1944. Design 6A was redrawn on May 26, 1944, for the USS Wright (AV-1) seaplane tender as above in Measure 32 colors. Later in June it was drawn up for transports.